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Dianne Clarke 15 Nov 2017

Is this some type of fungi?

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Sighted 11 Nov 2017
165 Mountain View Rd, Maleny QLD 4552, Australia

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  • Dianne Clarke 23 November 2017
    Tagged With myxomycete project
    Dianne Clarke says

    Hi Theresa, I cqan't find this project to add this observation. Sorry I didn't collect any of it as it is strictly forbidden to remove anything from the reserve.

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  • Dianne Clarke 15 November 2017
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    Dianne Clarke says

    Abour the size of a 20c piece and on the cut end of some type of rainforest tree

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  • Teresa and John 20 November 2017
    Tagged With myxomycete
    Teresa and John says

    Please add to Myxomycete project

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  • Teresa and John 20 November 2017
    Tagged With myxomycetes
    Teresa and John says

    Without microscopic examination its impossible to ID this further that Stemonitis or possibily Stemonitopsis species. Lovely capture. Did you by any chance collect a specimen?

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  • Glenda Walter 15 November 2017
    Tagged With slime mould
    Glenda Walter says

    I have always thought that this was the sporangia stage of a slime mould named Stemonitis, which belongs in Myxomycota, but Bowerbird has Stemonitis in Basidiomycota, which are fungi. Fungi and slime moulds are not the same thing. Several of my books place Stemonitis with slime moulds, in the order Stemonitales. Can anyone clarify this?

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